Post # 1
Ok, I’m totally stuck. Our colors are brown and pink, which I like in theory, but when it comes down to is I can’t seem to commit to making anything pink. Everything I’ve done so far (bridesmaids dress, cake, invitations, most of the DIY decor) has been brown, because I can’t find anything pink that’s the right look. But now that I can’t put off finding a florist any longer, I’m getting really anxious about the pink. So I’m turning to you all for help.
The ceremony is outdoors, but the reception is indoors in a historic building with lots of exposed brick and wood. Even though it’s outdoors, we’re going for a more elegant rather than rustic feel. (Not that I don’t love rustic!) My dress is really similar to the one in the pic with the bright pink flowers.
So which would you go for- pinks, or white and green?
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Post # 3
How about going for the pink for the bridesmaids because they will be in brown & I would do white & green for you.
Post # 4
i voted white and green, but that’s because those are our colors and i’m biased 😉 (gray, white, and green) but! with our flowers, we’re also going to be incorporating some “soft” colors as accents–peaches and yellows…
Post # 5
I think PINK!! you’ll want a pop of color in all your photos…
Post # 6
love the white and green and i think is an elegant choice 🙂
Post # 7
Is this for your bridal bouqet?? Why cant you do pink, white and green?? It all goes together! Or you could do pink Bridesmaid or Best Man bouqets and then white and green for yourself. My colors are green and yellow but my bouqet is going to be white and green with a tiny bit of yellow. My Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses are brown and a lot of details will be brown too. Dont worry….all of those colors go together!
Post # 8
Thanks everyone! I guess I’m more nervous because this is the last major decision I have to make. I’m still not sure what I’ll do, but it’s good to know that either one would look good. I’m probably over thinking all of this…
Post # 9
Wow, all of those boquets are just to die for! I love the colors in the first one. But I love the classic look of the last one. I’d choose either one of those.
Post # 10
I think any of those colors would look beautiful. You cannot go wrong. I’m voting for the white and green, because it is a little less common, but I think you could add some very pale pink to mix, or use a pale pink ribbon around the flower stems.
Post # 11
I like the idea of white and green with some lighter pinks in the centerpieces and BMs bouquets.
Post # 12
I voted white and green! Neutrals are far classier even though they are not trendy at the moment… you don’t want to look at the pics in 20 years and think “OMG it’s soooo Pantone wedding” *chuckle*
Post # 13
My vote would be for the green and white just because there must be a reason you can’t pull the trigger on pink. If you’re avoiding it and only like it in theory, than go with the green and white. You’re going to want colors and a look that you’re really going to like, not that you are ambivalent about.
Post # 14
I think they all go…maybe do them all? use pink as a slight accent color? lol… =-]